Industrial Style Furniture, Home Decor, Lighting & Art
Made in Asia, mostly from recycled metal and hardwood, our reclaimed industrial furniture & home decor collections ooze with colonial retro and warehouse style sentiment to create the most unique home decor scheme.
Perfect for the contemporary living room or dining room these unique reclaimed industrial furniture creations are hand-built in India and are made from up-cycled materials, metals and timbers and are thus most eco-friendly. Our Charles Eames retro chairs add a fantastic industrial feel to any living space. Much of the furniture and home decor can be veiwed at showrooms in London. Buy online - UK stock - Quick Delivery.
Cosmo Industrial Furniture
Ascot Industrial Furniture
Urban Chic Furniture
Evoke Indian Re-claimed
Aspen Reclaimed Furniture
Coastal Reclaimed Furniture
Coastal Chic Reclaimed Furniture
Kuba Home Furniture
Pattana Indian Upcycled
London Calling Furniture
Industria Mango Furniture
Industrial Style Seating
Industrial Style Lighting
Industrial Style Clocks
Eames Inspired Industrial Chairs
Modern Industrial Style Tables
Xavier Industrial Chairs
Marius Retro Industrial Furniture
Retro-Warehouse Style Furniture
Edison Industrial Lighting
Aluminium Copper Furniture
Industrial Aluminium Furniture
Industrial Wooden Trunks
Piccadilly Industrial Furniture
Vintage Industrial Classics
Made Retro Industrial Lighting
Heyford Rough Sawn Oak
Rustico Industrial Furniture
Baxter uses reclaimed pine against steel to create a gentle industrial feel
Retro Furniture - Reproduction chairs, sofas, daybeds & tables with inspiration from early 20th century industrial design
Relic Reclaimed Furniture
Industrial Metal Wall Art
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We have a regional office here in Bangkok. If you are looking for an unusual retro arifact then please contact us - We maybe able to help you!
Here we feature two major shopping destinations for old retro antiquities. These venues have literally 1000's of unique pieces which could be suitable for any industrial home decor scheme, historial film, museum or an avid collector. If you can't go there yourself, we can go for you - Taking our connected ipad and iphones with us for immediate communications.
Papaya vintage is unlike any shop you have even seen before. Many people in Bangkok have heard of it but few have actually stepped inside it. Many people in the world have no idea that this amazing place actually exists. It is so bizarre that some of the best genuine vintage items on display are not even offered for sale! What kind of shop would do that? Read More....
This place is s market like no other. Talad Rod Fai (Train Market) night market is situated in an abandoned railway station owned by the government. This retro shopping village is a haven for retro vintage lovers. It is a very different kind of shopping experience for anyone who is bored of the everyday street markets. Read More....
This is our new website dedicated to the industrial furniture scene
What is reclaimed wood?
Reclaimed timber is processed wood reclaimed from its initial application for the goal of subsequent use. Most reclaimed lumber comes from timbers and decking rescued from old houses, barns, factories, warehouses and boats. Reclaimed or antique timber is used especially for decoration and home building, architectural details, furniture and flooring.
Wood was once the primary building material because it was strong, robust, inexpensive and abundant. Nowadays, many of these woods that were once superabundant, are only available in large quantities through reclamation. These sources often contain a mix of oak and other timbers. The wood was either hand hewn by an axe or squared with an adze.
Why is it fantastic for creating unique furniture?
Today, these old structures most often have no reuse possibility, possibly be a fire hazard, and may require environmental cleanup. Reclaiming timber from aged buildings gives these materials a new lease of life instead of disposing them in landfill sites.
Reclaimed wood is popular for many reasons. Its unique appearance, its contribution to green building, the history of the wood's origins, and the wood's physical characteristics such as strength, stability and durability contribute to this popularity. These qualities make it perfect for the creation of unique industrial style furniture.
Upcycling is a more recent term for repurposing. Upcycling is the process of taking something no longer being utilised and giving it a new lease of life life and new function. Because of the artistic and more thoughtful input, the new creation frequently becomes more beautiful, practical and valuable than what it previously was. www.upcyclethat.com features some amazing ideas!
The environmentally friendly practice of upcycling in developing countries has been going on for years. Using just about anything that is old in new, often, practical ways, although more out of need than for the environment. But upcycling is now becoming popular in many wealthy countries, reflecting an heightened interest in eco-friendly products. This is particularly so for products that are affordably priced and provide a profit for manufacturers.
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Industrial Decor Story
There is something undeniably grounding and comforting about industrial furniture and vintage decor. Industrial furniture was originally invented for factories, warehouses and offices in the early 1900s and commonly features metal and timber combinations.
It can be seen in pieces such as large communal tables, now found in cafes and restaurants, along with metal bar stools, caged lighting and medicine cabinets. But this style of furniture, though still popular in its original raw form, is undergoing a transformation. The industrial look when it’s overdone can get quite dark and moody. To brighten it up with feeling of nostalgia and comfort, new finishes and design ideas are applied. This is being achieved by maintaining the original, longstanding great shapes, by adding colour and pattern to them.
There are many good examples of how you can bring those industrial elements into a space without making the whole space have that factory feel. Industrial style furniture is most often constructed using reclaimed wood and scrap metal or scrap metal components such as cogs and chains. Mixing the modern with the old can create a facinating and unique decor scheme which when down-sized is suitable for the smaller modern living space.
Many people love to know origins and enjoy owning part of something that existed a hundred years ago that is beneficial to their modern day lifestyle.
The origins of industrial architecture and interior design
Industrial design is essentailly the inclusion of the unfinished, raw appearance to home and commercial decor schemes and sometimes about displaying the building materials used in the construction of the piece, room or whole building. This results in a warehouse look combining selected raw pieces with a range of other decor styles.
Examining the history, vintage industrial design has evolved from a unique niche into a movement that is strongly prevalant today, present in some of the chicest venues and homes. As industrial design is so omnipresent, this article tries to understand the strange history of how these unique pieces and decor schemes came about.
Many pieces of vintage industrial furniture were originally intended for offices and factories, and not for homes or other hospitality venues. Undecorated and often neglected factories, workshops and warehouses for trades of the industrial revolution have served as inspiration for this rapidly growing trend. Workers used warehouse style furniture for workstations and breaktime activities. The evolution from this to modern appliactions has transformed how and where we use this style.
Today traditional and modern wood and glass dominate many interiors, but now the ecclectic style of industrial decor is also extremely popular as it has been relatively easy to adapt these pieces and styles to fit with current needs and desires.
For example, swiftly, the advantage of metal being hygienic, easy to maintain and fire proof paved the way for metal furniture to be employed in homes too. Industrial pieces blend well with a variety of design styles, from rustic to contemporary.
The useful becomes stylish when designers and homeowners were looking for new inspirational ideas, particularly during the 80's when developments in old industrial places took place during the rejivination of inner cites into living and hospitality spaces. Open spaces with exposed building materials and large windows become chic. The exposure of old brick walls, stone floors and steel structures are just a few of the typical characteristics.
To get the look, industrial style decor does not have to be everywhere. Just adding a few carefully chosen items or features can will add the right touch creating that industrial warehouse retro mood.
With ever growing popularity for retro industrial modernism it is not just this style of interior decor that is being appreciated. Brutalist Architecture is a movement in construction that flourished from the 1950's to the mid-1970's, descending from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. Many building of this era have been lost, but most of the remaining are now being preserved or even listed. Take a look at brutalism.online to discover more.
7 Industrial Furniture & Decor Ideas for Living Spaces
With a modern, tradional or a raw, unfinished decor scheme, selecting the right statement pieces of industrial furniture will create that vintage warehous look without taking away the ambience of the room decor scheme.
1 Exposed pipes and ducts - This gives a room an authentic warehouse look and can be acheived by using modern, retro style, utility pipes and conduit that are designed for comercial use.
2 Exposed brickwork - Exposing the old walls, cleaning and sealing tem will provide a truly retro rustic look.
3 Wood and metal surfaces - Using these in combination creates a utilitarion yet interesting decor scheme.
4 Distressed paintwork - Stripping dowm old doors and skirting boards and painting them with a distressed technique can create a natural and vintage look.
5 Industrial mood lighting - Using vintage retro style light fittings with true like replicas of the old fashioned bulbs will create a truly unique effect.
6 Retro industrial art & photography - Featuring upcycled metal works of art and canvas prints depicting the 'olden days' will enhance any contemporary industrial decor scheme.
7 Industrial style furniture - Choosing the correct and functional statement pieces will form the epicentre of this home decor style.